Oskar Returns to Mouz Active Roster After Disappointing Major
Mouz were “very disappointed” with their performance at the
“We had extensive holidays, we had a long
“We show some potential here and there but we can't manage to do the next step. With how fast paced the tournament circuit is, we decided it is necessary to change things on and off the field. Besides the change in the lineup, we will further professionalize the conditions and the 'team around the team'. With that being said, it is time for everyone on our lineup to step up and maybe review their work attitude going forward.”
While chrisJ said he was shocked by the sudden benching, he understands the need for a change in the team’s dynamic. “The core of the lineup has tried many different things for a long time and it just never seemed to work as much as we all wanted.”
"I feel great,” he said. “I fixed a lot of things in my private life and I'm finally ready to play CS on a top level again. I was waiting for another opportunity and I was constantly working on my skills."
The team’s new starting lineup will show us what they’re made of at the IEM Katowice qualifier on February 4th. It will certainly be interesting to see how the roster change affects their performance.